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Old 05-20-2003
silver osx no timestamps on posts

Neo,

i am unsure if there is supposed to be a timestamp but i think the other skins had a full timestamp to the second on when someone posted.

right now i can only see the title - date but no HH:MM:SS any possability of getting this back?
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Old 05-20-2003
Thanks. I'll look into it and get back to you.

Neo
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Old 05-20-2003
In the meantime, if you need timestamps, please use one of the other skins. You can set your skin choice in your User CP area.

Also, please post other problems as you find them. Thanks!
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Old 05-20-2003
the 'posts and threads since last visit' are no longer displayed, there was a problem wit hthis a few days ago, where instead of it displaying posts since my last visit, it displayed every post and thread ever. i wasnt sure whether to post the problem on the site or not so i looked for the admin email address. well youll see it one way or another now ! Smilie and as always, keep up the good work !
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Old 05-20-2003
Please post problems, issues, etc. to this forum. Please don't email, thanks! (unless you want to scream at me, then please do so privately) Neo
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Old 05-21-2003
FYI: No Reply from Designer of SilverOSX

Quote:
-----Original Message-----
Sent: Tuesday, May 20, 2003 10:04 AM
To: 'support@vbpanel.com'
Subject: SilverOSX skin does not have timestamps.


Hi,

See this post:

https://www.unix.com/post-here-to-contact-site-administrators-and-moderators/10145-silver-osx-no-timestamps-posts.html

Would you consider putting this timestamp back?

Thanks, Neo
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Old 05-21-2003
i think we should linch him and blame it on the matrix....

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ummm ok im going back to sleep now.
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